Week 42 of The Etsy 365 Project featured an eclectic mix of rustic and retro. This primitive blue wooden box has nine sections inside for storage. I had been using it to carry and display our door knob wine bottle stoppers, but grew tired of the lid not fully closing because of the size of the stoppers. Also, of people asking if it were for sale. Yes, it is now!
You can't get any more retro than this set of 1960 gold glassware signed by Georges Briard. They are very unique in that the bottom half is covered in a rubbery, glittery material.
This sweet vintage canvas board painting was inspired by Renoir's famous work of art.
This ribbed, made in USA, teapot is a very pale pink, although it is hard to tell by the photos.
I found three of these vintage 1960s made-in-Japan wedding cake toppers in pristine condition.
WEEK FORTY TWO
Lots of kitschy Christmas items listed this week -- almost double the usual amount!
This little choir boy has the original paper tag of song lyrics attached.
Love this plastic group of carolers light, although I wouldn't plug it in since the front may be celluloid and the back is cardboard!
And how about these kitschy flocked ball ornaments, featuring some of my "favorite" knee hugging elves?